An effective security program is an excellent tool for protecting the institution's work product, physical assets, intellectual assets, and personnel. This Security: An Orientation online training course introduces key concepts in security and provides a basic understanding of the security function. This course is part of a comprehensive online training that addresses the security function.
The primary goals of any financial institution are to be of service and to generate income. The institution accomplishes these goals by providing effective customer service to increase profits and by reducing losses caused by internal and external sources.
Course Learning Objectives
By taking this online Security: An Orientation course, the user will learn to:
- Define the terms "security" and "loss prevention"
- Identify the key features of an effective security program (who, what, where, when, why, how)
- Explain the terms "non-crime event" and "crime event"
- Identify and briefly explain the three categories of crime
- Identify the two main types of offender
- Outline the responsibilities of the institution's employees with regard to security
- Identify monetary and non-monetary costs of crime
This online Security: An Orientation course is made up of the following sections:
- Definitions and Overview
- Security Program Foundation
- Security Priorities
- Crime Events
- Types of Crimes
- Employee Responsibilities
- Costs and Loss Prevention
This Security: An Orientation online training course was designed for Security personnel.
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